Jolyon Jenkins meets the people zapping their brains with DIY electrical devices.
Prof Jonathan Ball concludes his survey of the new disruptive biotechnologies.
Prof Jonathan Ball meets the people trying DNA and Gene therapy on themselves.
Tim Hayward meets the people taking ambitious food production into their own hands.
David Baddiel tries to understand computer hacking.
Jonathan Ball finds out just how easy it has become to sequence a genome and edit it.
Will biotechnology transform how we understand and control life itself?
Prof Jonathan Ball looks at unnervingly-cheap ways to gene edit human embryos.
Prof Jonathan Ball explores new genetic technologies and how they might change society.
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen explores the social history of DIY home improvements.
Tom Ravenscroft discusses private pressings with DIY musicians from the 1970s and 80s.
Meet the crafts people behind the current revival in making and repairing belongings.